Zi’Ariel, A’Miyah, & Te’Mari

[Crime Stories with Nancy Grace] SHOCK: 3 Tot Girls Drown Accidentally, NOW RULED STRANGULATION

Shommaonique Wickerson goes to work, leaving her 6 children in the care of her 31-year-old cousin, Paris Propps. Hours later, Wickerson gets a call from Propps saying “your kids are missing.”  Three of the girls in his care have gone missing.

The three sisters were then found dead in their neighbor’s private pond. Officials first reported the deaths as tragic drownings.

Now, police say the girls were strangled to death before being thrown into the pond.  Cass County District Attorney Courtney Shelton says the sisters had also had “lacerations” on their faces.

Joining Nancy Grace Today

Jarrett Ferentino – Pennsylvania Prosecutor and Partner at Pugliese, Finnegan, Shaffer & Ferentino; Facebook & Instagram: Jarrett Ferentino
Dr. Patricia Wallace, PsyD, LMFT – Over 20 years of clinical experience with psychotic disorders, dual diagnoses, addictions, mood disorders, marriage/relationship problems, and everyday general problems.
Chris Byers
Christopher Byers – Former Police Chief Johns Creek Georgia, 25 years as Police Officer, now Private Investigator and Polygraph Examiner with Lancaster Information Services in Atlanta
Dr. Maneesha Pandey – Chief Forensic Pathologist for Forensic Pathologists LLC in Ohio, Board-Certified Forensic Pathologist
Dave Mack – Crime Online Investigative Reporter; Host of “The Mark and Mack Show,” LifeRadio.FM

Special Guest

  • Shommaonique Wickerson – Mother- GoFundMe

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